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  • proper noun A lake on the border between Zambia and Congo

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Examples

  • Word on the street has it that the first, 275-mile section in the long, arching route chosen for the gigantic highway project will lead from Lubumbashi to Pweto, a one-gas-station town of 20,000 people on Lake Mweru that has no industry and few natural resources.

    The Next Empire

  • Word on the street has it that the first, 275-mile section in the long, arching route chosen for the gigantic highway project will lead from Lubumbashi to Pweto, a one-gas-station town of 20,000 people on Lake Mweru that has no industry and few natural resources.

    The Next Empire

  • Word on the street has it that the first, 275-mile section in the long, arching route chosen for the gigantic highway project will lead from Lubumbashi to Pweto, a one-gas-station town of 20,000 people on Lake Mweru that has no industry and few natural resources.

    The Next Empire

  • The Chambeshi River and the Luapula River are associated with lakes Mweru and Mweru-Wantipa and drain their water into the Congo River system.

    Water profile of Zambia

  • Lake Mweru, have been crossing back into Congo where they launched fresh attacks around Kilwa, on the Mweru islands.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "Serious fighting has been going on at Pweto for two days, on the shore of lake Mweru," said Major Songolo, who alleged some

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Mweru swamps for the possible outbreak, a Sapa correspondent reported on Friday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • They are distributed over eight degrees of longitude between Lakes Tanganyika, Mweru and

    Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Part 1, Slice 2 "Baconthorpe" to "Bankruptcy"

  • By far the most remote section of the Congo was the Luvua river, the outlet of Lake Mweru.

    The Guardian World News

  • One region where water transport has played an important role in people's lives is Luapula, where some of Zambia's major lakes - Bangweulu, Mweru and Mweru Wantipa - are found.

    AllAfrica News: Latest

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